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SiteCapture for Mac review

SiteCapture for Mac lets you take screenshots of multiple Web pages, simultaneously, without even opening your browser or viewing the page. Keep track of all of your sites on a regular basis with just a couple of clicks through this handy and streamlined app.

The intuitive interface of SiteCapture gives you quick access to all of the app's features. You can choose the sites you want to capture from the Bookmarks Bar, Bookmarks Menu, Apple Reading List, or YouTube. Just select your source from the drop-down menu, and the list of sites will show up in the main box … Read more

StyleCapture review

StyleCapture is a tool for capturing all types of screen and window shots of your desktop that you can then edit, save, and send. With an intuitive interface and multiple options for getting the shot you want, this program makes taking perfect screenshots accessible for beginners and experts, alike.

When you install this program, you can choose the language you prefer from a list containing over 50 options. Once the software is in place, the interface is composed of six buttons across the top of the window that let you take different types of captures, and that provide access to … Read more

Embrace the holiday season with LiteCam HD

Anything is possible when you can create professional-looking HD presentations, lessons, manuals, and eGreetings right from your computer. LiteCam HD, possibly the most popular screen capturing software with our users and editors, can help you capture and share your desktop with friends and family.

With LiteCam, you can capture streaming videos that normally cannot be downloaded. Make instructional video tutorials right on the computer. Trim, draw, and add titles and logos to create sharp looking movies. Record important Skype video chats and calls. Save online Web conference video with audio, capturing all presentation contents and annotations. Surprise friends and family … Read more

Review: Web Capture Browser takes and saves snapshots of Web sites to iOS

Web Capture Browser allows you to take full-page screenshots of entire Web sites from your mobile device with the tap of a button, and it works seamlessly. From the basic interface and browser, which is admittedly lacking in features but is very quick, to the saving options and capture list the app provides, this is a great way to showcase mobile versions of sites for future reference or a portfolio.

When you load the app, you can navigate to a Web site right away in the browser and then tap the capture button to take a photo of that page. … Read more

PrioVR: A full-body mo-cap suit for gaming

YEI Technology's "suit" for real-time in-game motion capture to control your onscreen character blew us away when we saw it last year (video embedded below), and now there's a chance it will hit the consumer market, with a Kickstarter project under way to bring it to fruition.

Called PrioVR, it consists of a series of inertial sensors (accelerometers, gyroscopes, and accelerometers) strapped to the player's body to provide "360 degrees of unfettered low-latency real-time motion capture without the need for cameras, optics, line of sight, or special environments." It captures motion data directly from the body and sends it wirelessly from one or more users, and it can be used in any environment, indoors or out. … Read more

Capture Camera Clip redesign worth funding (hands-on)

Anyone who's ever needed an extra hand when shooting with an SLR (or any other camera for that matter) will understand the attraction of the Capture Camera Clip System.

The two-piece device, which got its start on Kickstarter back in 2011, clamps securely onto any belt or strap up to 3 inches wide and 0.5 inch thick, while a quick-release plate attaches to the tripod mount on your camera. At the press of a button you can slide your camera off the clip, shoot, and slide it back on when you're done.

However, like many first-gen products, … Read more

Make animated GIFs from videos with GifCam

When Yahoo acquired Tumblr for $1.1 billion ... was it because of the GIFs? In our media-saturated Internet landscape, the 5-second animated GIF may be the most essential entertainment currency. If a picture can paint a thousand words, the animated GIF can tell 10,000 stories in 10 frames or less. (Isn't Vine (for Android or iOS) mostly just video-based animated GIFs?)

Newbies who want to dip their toes in the GIF-creation waters no longer need fancy image-editing software like Adobe Photoshop--a freeware app called GifCam lets anyone easily produce animated GIFs from on-screen activity, i.e. streaming videos, … Read more

Review: YouTube Capture lets you create videos with your iOS devices

There are a handful of apps on the App Store that provide enhancements to the relatively lackluster recording tools included in iOS 6 for the iPhone and iPad. None of them, however, were created by the owner of the world's largest video depository--Google--until now. YouTube Capture is Google's first integration of YouTube-friendly recording, editing, and uploading tools with the iOS platform. In many ways, it is a much-needed upgrade over the existing tools of the Camera app, but is it worth replacing Apple's built in tools altogether?

When you first open YouTube Capture you are asked to … Read more

Capture screenshots of entire pages with Barry for iOS

This may be a post only a tech blogger could love, but if you have the need to take screenshots of entire, full-length Web pages on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, please continue reading.

It's easy to take a screenshot on an iOS device by pressing the sleep/wake button and Home button simultaneously. But what if you want to capture an entire Web page, beyond what is merely visible on the screen? Enter Barry Webpage Screenshot, a 99-cent app that lets you easily capture entire Web pages.

There are two ways to capture an entire Web page … Read more

Eagle View Photo Capture 1.0.0 Review

The camera built into the iPhone is a powerful tool, but the software it comes with is fairly limited. Point and shoot -- simple enough. So there are plenty of apps on the App Store that provide additional tools and features that make it possible to get more out of your device. For those that need to tag their images with GPS coordinates, there is Eagle View Photo Capture, a new app that makes it very easy to do so.

The app is easy enough. There are four buttons on the bottom bar when you open the app: Camera, Save … Read more